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Write HTML & CSS Faster with Emmet

Write HTML & CSS Faster with Emmet | Web development | Scoop.it
As a web developer, we have always been searching for a tool to increase our workflow and productivity. And today’s post is dedicated for web developers who frequently work with HTML and CSS, as we are going to take a look at a tool that allows us to write these ... Continue reading »
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Sublime Text is ridiculously powerful, and can be overwhelming, but if you find a set of toolsets that you can master and works well for you, it is the best text editor out there! Here's a very useful add-on that makes writing CSS and HTML a breeze!

 

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20 Tools to Make the Life of a Web Developer Easier | Nettuts+

20 Tools to Make the Life of a Web Developer Easier | Nettuts+ | Web development | Scoop.it
“Developing a well-rounded aesthetically pleasing website can be a daunting task even for the most seasoned web developer. You must identify current trends and”
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25 Great Firefox Add-Ons For Web Developers - EFY Times (press release)

"Mozilla Firefox is proving to be the most powerful tool in off late. Plugins enable some things to become easier which is of great relevance to web-developers as looking for errors and optimizing your pages can be a quite painful and time-consuming process."
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CSS Animation Tricks: State Jumping, Negative Delays, Animating Origin, and More | CSS-Tricks

CSS Animation Tricks: State Jumping, Negative Delays, Animating Origin, and More | CSS-Tricks | Web development | Scoop.it
The following is a guest post by Zach Saucier. Zach cooks up some pretty inspiring animations over on CodePen. I couldn't be happier that he wanted to shar
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Some of this stuff is the way forward! Decreases our reliance on javascript, which is usually a good thing.

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Desk Workers

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Desk Workers | Web development | Scoop.it
This article is written from the angle of describing some habits that I’ve been incorporating into my routine that have made a positive difference in regard to my productivity.
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Great stuff for us desk workers.

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Top tips to use JavaScript effectively for web development

“Leading website designing, hosting provider,seo services,live broadcasting on website,e-commerce solutions provider company (Top tips to use JavaScript effectively for web development http://t.co/SXwXMkxh2w...”
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An Antidote for Mindlessness

An Antidote for Mindlessness | Web development | Scoop.it

Mindfulness is different from the hyperalert way you might feel after a great night’s sleep or a strong cup of coffee. Maria Konnikova explores the effects of mindfulness training on mental and physical well-being.


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Helpful in work and personal situations.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, January 31, 2014 12:51 AM

Generally, the article is accurate. The reference to Langer is somewhat inaccurate, but not a deal breaker. Langer actually sai she was not in a position to speak about the spiritual nature of mindfulness. Her work has been largely neuroscientific. It is a small, but noteworthy thing. What Langer has done is show us that mindfulness is not just a religious or spiritual construct. It has very real and practical applications.

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Memorizing the times tables is damaging to your child's mind, says discovery ... - Edmonton Journal (blog)

Memorizing the times tables is damaging to your child's mind, says discovery ...
Edmonton Journal (blog)
The new curriculum's focus will on competencies not outcomes through cross curricular project based learning.
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I love the competencies > outcomes approach. I wish this was more of a thing when I was coming up.

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